Property Agreements Law - New York - Florida

There are various types of property ownership. Since that is the case, it is very important to know what type of ownership agreement you are obtaining before you purchase property because you are entering into a legal contract. In order to be prepared for what each type of property ownership agreement entails, you may want to familiarize yourself with the conditions and details each contract requires. 

Property agreements must comply with state and local laws; therefore, it is always a good business decision to retain the services of a qualified and experienced property agreement lawyer to assist in this type of transaction. Our experienced staff is prepared to assist with the preparation of legal property agreements.

Legal Assistance with Property Agreement Documents

There are five types of property ownership: tenancy in severalty, joint tenancy, tenancy by the entirety, tenancy in common and community property. When you decide to purchase any real estate, including land or established property, such as a house or building, you need to be aware of what type of property ownership agreement you are entering into. Once you have that information, you will be able to understand the ownership rights you have regarding the property purchased.

There are two basic categories of property: real and personal. Real property, in general, is land and anything permanently affixed to land (e.g. wells or buildings). Structures such as homes, apartments, offices, and commercial buildings (and the land to which they are attached) are typical examples of real property. Basically, personal property is any property that is not real property.

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